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to the u.s. on the english of pakistan and american relations sunday night at 9 p.m. on "after words." just part of booktv this weekend on c-span2. >> maura mcenaney recounts the life of the late entrepreneur willard garvey, the finance housing projects throughout the world and championed privatization and a limited government. this is about half an hour. >> hi, everybody. thank you, harvey. thank you, gail, thanks everybody for coming today. dolled way that finger at me last night it makes me -- but it's enthusiastic and that's good. i wanted to thank harvey. he really was the reporters dream. he was always available when it came to talk to them. he had a great memory. and pleasant the and he told me he liked the book last night i want to thank patty brown who helped put this together. this is really the big show in wichita, i've got together. going to the rotary, going to the rotary. [laughter] so i am here at the big show and happy to be here, let me tell you. we have special guest today, i want to thank them, great deal of the independent institute and liberty free press. they are the p
to make to be with us today always ever supportive, always, supportive and tell me that i could do it, even when it seemed like added not want to run more. you know, it came to be. i am happy to share some of it with your day. but i also bring greetings from massachusetts robbery which is about 5 miles north of boston. as it turns out, the population is about 55,000. when i was writing this book i least kayten by ten office space from a local architect who was a one-term rotary president. he tell them before i came well as coming to speak to one of the oldest and suddenly friendliest in wichita, may be bigger committees is keeping short. these people are on their lunch break. but i did hear an awful lot and have led to your you guys tennant the way some of those gusty. but he did not know how to keep it short. i think some of you in toward that as well. he was a faithful person for more than 50 years to when this was as club. he joined rotary in 1950, and you can usually find in here without the element is. he was out of town he often made it a point to visit with other river clubs li
they made to be with us today. thank you. and thanks to the front row here. ever supportive, always supportive and tell me that i could do it even when it seemed like gutted not want to anymore. and it came to be. i'm happy to share some of it with you today. from massachusetts rotary. it's about 5 miles north. as it turned out, the population is about 55,000. when i was writing this book i subleased a ten by ten office space from a local architect who was in fact a one-term rotary president and now signing up for a second term. he told me before i came in and told them i was coming to speak to one of the most prestigious and oldest and certainly friendliest rotary's in wichita, may be bigger he said, keep it short. these people around the lunch break. [laughter] but i did hear an awful lot. i'm glad to hear you guys don't sign each other. sure did not know how to keep the short. i think some of you in toward that. he was a faithful rotarian for more than 50 years. this was his club. he joined in 1950, and you can usually find in here without fail on monday. if he was out of town th
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